CNN, 04.07.2016 – Video considering the potential of bamboo in Ethiopia.
An update on the work of the Sustainable Land Management Programme in Ethiopia. 14 August 2018 – Since 2016, INBAR has been providing technical support to a World Bank-funded programme to use bamboo for sustainable land management and livelihoods improvement. The initiative, part of the Sustainable Land Management Programme, aims to mitigate watershed degradation and […]
Bamboo shoots are a local delicacy for communities surrounding Mount Elgon – both in Uganda and Kenya. Dried and smoked bamboo shoots, locally called melawa, are widely consumed as regular diet; often, shoots are cooked along with groundnut sauce as a daily meal. For these communities, bamboo is an important source of food security. However, […]
An update on INBAR’s work with two initiatives: the South-South Knowledge Transfer Strategies project, and the Dutch-Sino-East Africa Programme. Lake Tana is the largest fresh water lake in Ethiopia, and one important source of the Blue Nile river. It is also of immense ecological and economic value to millions of people in Ethiopia. Due to […]